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Nishi-Ueda Station

Nishi-Ueda Station (西上田駅 Nishi-Ueda-eki?) is a railway station of Shinano Railway located in Ueda, Nagano, Japan.

Layout

This station has a side platform and an island platform.

1 Shinano Railway Line for Ueda, Komoro and Karuizawa
2 Shinano Railway Line sidetrack
3 Shinano Railway Line for Togura, Shinonoi and Nagano

History

  • June 1, 1920 - Opens as Kita-Shiojiri Station (北塩尻駅 Kita-Shiojiri-eki?)
  • April 10, 1956 - Renamed as Nishi-Ueda Station

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Ueda   Shinano Railway Line   Tekuno-Sakaki

External links

  • Shinano Railway Nishi-Ueda Station (Japanese)

Coordinates: 36°25′02″N 138°12′31″E / 36.4171°N 138.2086°E / 36.4171; 138.2086

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